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needed as far as the president goes. he will return to washington later today. >> reporting live from chicago i'm renee marsh back to you. >> mitt romney took to the stage late last night to concede that rise. he spoke briefly in a speech very different from the 1 hours earlier. more on the former massachusetts governor last words. >> in the early hours of election day he said he called president obama and the race was over. >> if i so wish that i have been a will to fulfill your hopes and leaving the country in a different direction. the nation shows another leader. so and and i join with you too earnestly pray for him and for this great nation. >> the move was a stark contrast to his announcement in june 2011. >> i believe in america and i'm running for president of the nine states. >> and to the crowd to welcome him on a last minute a election day trip to the critical state of ohio and pennsylvania. >> thank you for your work. you guys are families. thank you so much. >> neither state went rummies way making it impossible for him to pick up the two month 70 elect four votes needed
-three starts since 1978. college football tell host in washington. and washington's bishop sakey scores on the first yard touchdown run a. 21-13 washington. four minutes left in the game zack maynard is tackled. they twisted tackle release on top of them. last chance for come to tie it up with a touchdown a two-point conversion. but on a fourth- down backup quarterback allen preferred overthrows is receiver. tedford and the bears are known officially out of bolting contention at 3-7. also, richard seymour find raiders defensive tackle has been fight again. for the hits on chiefs quarterback matt cassel in the raiders win over the chiefs sunday. seymour was fined $15,750 for the " unnecessary late hit ". the chiefs called the raiders a dirty teens. seymour has been fined before, most ladies thnoticeablr the late hit on the steelers' quarterback ben rothenberger's, last year. >> the new york city marathon cancelled. also, the hockey at ann arbor stadium... causing more headaches for hockey fans. with no game schedule in january. >> you were talking about the oakland raiders tickets those
, the president and his family boarded air force one in chicago headed back to washington. he reached out to key congressional leaders from both parties after the reelection. talking about the agenda for the rest of the year if the hard part of winning includes facing serious economic problems. and while it may have appeared to be a nail biting evening leading to this celebration of, insiders have reportedly been very confident for the last couple of weeks. if when the confetti clears, the president knows he has huge challenges ahead. >> we want you to succeed. let us try to find the common ground. there but least for today the opposition was saying nice things. >>catherine: as for mitt romney and a tweed it this picture of him in his boston hotel room this morning to run the wife family murders and a gallon of chocolate milk. after a gracious concession speech from his political future remains uncertain his running mate palm mayapaul ryan-retains his old job in congress. >> the president first of all did a very, very effective ground campaign. and i think the country that is looking at a differ
in washington and colorado. >> more evidence of an increasingly liberal elect toreet, same sex har rim is approved -- same-sex marriage is approved. >> i didn't run to make history. i ran to make a difference. >> on the other side, republican appeals to traditional values fell flat in indiana and missouri. even red state voters rejected senate candidates for their extreme antiabortion views. back in washington, house republican leader bay nerd acknowledged that the political wins may be shifting. >> if there's a mandate in yesterday's results, it's a mandate for us to find a way to work together for the lieutions that we all face as a nation. >> coming up tonight, could we be adding another star to the american flag. the little known outcome from yesterday's election. plus, coming up late in the broadcast, one of the nba's finest young players, irving. and also have fun with the 49ers. with over 200 varieties, keurig makes brewing a delicious cup of coffee simple. how does it brew such great coffee? well... inside the brewer are these green fields of coffee, and if you travel up this m
and washington. if any of the measures are successful for gays and lesbians couples it will be the first time it is legalized by a popular vote. maine could be the first. those in minnesota will vote on whether or not to ban guam gay marriage but allow civil unions. tuesday's election will be the first time voters dialed in. >> that was jr stone. six states and washington, d.c. legalized same-sex marriage. and a reminder, kron 4 news will have live coverage on election night, starts at 8:00 p.m. tuesday night and stay updated on www.kron.com as well as our facebook and twitter feeds. >>> it was an unusually warm day today. temperatures record breaking. 79 degrees at sfo. same in oakland, san jose, and santa rosa. 84 degrees. which was higher than the previous records. it was warm today and we have another warm day tomorrow. clear skies over night. fog is responsible near the coast line. sunny and warm tomorrow but changes later this week. what you can expect coming up. >>> new tonight at 11:00 three women arrested in the death of a child at a child care facility on october 23. police received
, gathering material for her for herall in" on the afghanistan four- star general. the washington post had first reported the details about the petraeus. petraeus had authorized former aides and friends to tell reporters he personally and never gave her a classified information. government resources say that cn and had materials such as power point presentation and schedules. however, while braodewell would have gotten her research material from a lot of sources, be careful about jumping to conclusions. >> to say that, the implication of the fbi is looking at something makes it sound like they are the subject of a criminal >> and right now, the part it is still in the " let's determine how this information was provided to keep it and under what circumstances ". >> even if the permission the appeal removed from her home was not at risk for national-security she gave whomever keep it to her will have plenty to answer for. >> a vallejo family is not going to give up their search for the suspect who hit and killed their great- grandmother. 88 year-old cl emintina funes was hit by a car while w
hercules schoolteacher say a 24 year- old darnell washington and his wife killed 55 year-old susie koe. on the course of a crime spree last month. there were arrested in washington state after they were spotted driving the victim's car. his chart with murder, carjacking. he could be eligible for the death penalty. he is scheduled to enter a plea next week. his wife is waiting to be extradited from washington state. >> and kidnapping happened at 730 in the evening of the victim was leaving her job in walnut creek two men apparently attacked. the storm was walking to her car in remote parking lot. >> they accosted her. vorster into our own vehicle. put a blindfold on her and untied her feet and hands. they drove around for what we think is several hours. attempted to obtain money from her bank accounts. >> police believe the suspect stock at eight different atm machines before letting the woman go in oakland hills. she was found by someone in the area will call 911. she was treated for minor injuries and released from a hospital. >> student at uc-berkeley are demanding more than just the
30. >> in washington and colorado than stashed they legalized marijuana for recreational use. this drug would be subject to state regulations and taxes. legal experts stated that this will lead to a supreme court battle with the federal government. it may have a similar issue. >> last check wall street on this day after election. >> the index of the future has been higher but they reversed. the european union slashed its workers. and the european stocks went down blower. >> will take day quick break. it is foggy on the bridge and it is like this on the a lot of the area. =8 you disgust me. prove it. enough is enough. d-con baits are specially formulated to kill in one feeding. guaranteed. d-con. get out. we have a live look from the scene. kron forced jackie sissel. you are looking at some of the emergency vehicles they're trying to get traffic squeeze into one line. you are looking at the eastbound side of highway 24 right at the over in the crossroads. a trailer from a big rig was struck by several vehicles. the big backup is in the west bound direction the current drive ti
" on the afghanistan four-star general. the washington post had first reported the details about the petraeus. petraeus had authorized would have gotten her>> to say that, the implication of the fbi is looking at something makes it sound like they are the determine how this circumstances ". the appeal removed from her national-security she gave whomever keep it to her will have plenty to answer for. you >> terrace explosion was in the massachusetts to -- and at this free district buildings. thankfully, no one was killed. >> these people were rescued after this luxury lot yacht- caught fire it was partially submerged in a salvage company. this was in miami. >> police and oregon think that alcohol could have been to blame for this highway mess they say that the driver tried to get back onto the highway. after some how he missed the on ramp in the driver was taken to hospital for treatment is injuries are not considered during the life threatening. the state highway are looking for damage to make sure that it is safe for other drivers. >> there was a fire at the state department in washington d.c.. for du
.com stay with us for the up to the minute in tone in washington today -- as the fiscal cliff looms. kron4's political analyst michael yaki is here to talk about it all -- however, only 34 days until the united states faces the our political analyst, michael yaki is on set tobut first let's go to vicki? >> politicians in washington are trying to reach a compromise before the january first deadline. if no deal is reached -- tax increases and effect. president obama says the people need to be part of the fiscal cliff debate. and today, he's taking his message on the road. >> i believe that both parties can agree on a framework that does that in the coming weeks. in fact, my hope is to get this done before christmas. >> but republican lawmakers, question the president's decision to leave washington. >> in other words rather than sitting down with lawmakers of both parties and working out an agreement he is back on the campaign trail presumably with the same old talking points that we are all quite familiar with. >> mister obama assured the public he is doing his part.
courtroom today. 24-year-old darnell washington and his wife, tanya, killed 55-year-old suzie koh. it all happened during a crime spree last month. they were arrested days later after they were spotted driving her car. they are facing nine felony counts. >>> fran is preparing to become -- san francisco is preparing to become the first u.s. city to provide and cover the cost for sex-realignment surgery for insured transgender residents. it would create a program to treat transgender people who are experiencing gender identity issues. officials say the new transgender health initiative will be in effect later next year. >>> new tonight at 11:00, firefighters control a major house fire in san francisco's monterey heights neighborhood. the call came in about 6:30 this evening. they found a home engulfed in flames. hoses had to be relayed from hydrants as far as 3 blocks away! the cause will take some time to determine. but a lot of construction materials were near the home when the crews arrived. there were no injuries reported. >>> at 11:00, seven members of the secretive navy seal team 6 i
it and three other states could drastically change after the election. colorado, washington and oregon all have measures to legalize it for recreational use. it could be the first time ever that it has been approved for recreational use. that is against federal law that could be a response out of washington. something that we've seen all these medical marijuana dispensaries in california. there are three other states, massachusetts, arkansas, montana are already allowing those for medical marijuana and 17 other seats. and washington, call lebron o in massachusetts those are most likely to pass. arkansas or an organ is most likely to fail. the porsche for recreation was " put on the ballot later defended it would be the first state in the southern sections to allow medical marijuana. when we talk about medical marijuana keep that-porsch pu sh//or medical marijuana it would have a very small amount. they've been trying this forcibly years. >> realistically how many states how likely are those going to pass? >> many people are going to say that it is likely to weapon in these states but look back
warren's victory as well as a successful efforts to legalize marijuana in washington state and colorado. >>pam: - >> i think is most upon all i did not support the initiative but you argue with the will of the voters. we are here in a democracy and the sentiment was pretty clear. >>pam: more evidence of an increasing liberally collect toward after dozens of defeasible same-sex marriages approved in the state of maine and maryland. so this is exhilarating it's just like beyond exciting. >>pam: the the nation's first openly gay senator elected in wisconsin. >> i didn't run to make history. i ran to make a difference. >> on the other side, republican appeals to tradition of values fell flat in indiana and misery. voters rejected senate candidates for their extreme anti-abortion views. >> if there was a mandate in yesterday's results it is a mandate for us to work together on solutions to the challenges were faced together as a nation. >>jacqueline: we can see the ominous looking skies from the bay bridge toll plaza. today, much cooler into the ring is back in the forecast even the chances
developing news. you are looking at live pictures out of washington d.c. where former cia director david pedtreau will testify before the house. the testimony is regarding the 911 attack in benghazi. it killed ambassador chris stevens. cia officials say they constantly review performance and are not looking for any particular outcome from this investigation. the cia inspector general office will be that investigation the trays will go before the congressional committee-- petreaus. >> we're watching the lettuce with gas prices. $3.92 is the average price. oakland is cheaper. $3.80. in san jose rather gas going for an average of $3.76. all in all continue to fall. the state averages about $3.81. this morning with a quick break the time is 4:07. we have a live look from the bay bridge approach 80 the not look nearly as well as the golden gate bridge did. will have more coming up for you did a little bit. we are back 4:09 is the time. plans for unemployment benefits jumped a little bit. taking a look at futures of-the dow off 46 points in early trading. yesterday the dow lost 28. adjutancy.
on the ballot in several states. voters in maine and maryland and washington state will decide whether to legalize and their state. if it passes in any of those three states it would be the first time same-sex marriage was made legal by popular vote. court orders have made it legal in six states of four. meanwhile minnesota will vote on whether to place a ban on same-sex marriage in its constitution. >> what most people will likely focus on the presidential race six states will have measures on the ballot involving marijuana. is not a medical marijuana. voters in three states will consider measures that would legalize recreational use of marijuana. the proposal in colorado, oregon, in washington allow small amounts to be possessed. the drug will be subject to state regulation and taxes. if the plant texas--passes and any of those states the battle with the legal--the u.s. government is likely. >> the call accounting clerk says there with religion some thousand votes and by melba. 185 have been tallied. he is on the public to be careful with their ballots. any that are received today th
, chris stevens. that was on september 11th and benghazi. the latest in washington. >> washington lawmakers wanted answers on how u.s. ambassadors, chris stevens and three other americans were killed on the consulate in benghazi. capitol hill became the home to multiple and >> i have listened to my colleagues talk about the president of the united states. and others in the it ministration using terms as delivered, lies but if you want to know who is it responsible in this town, get yourself a mirror. >> among those testifying cia michael morrell who was going to replace david petraeus. the x cia director will speak to both the house and senator intelligence committees on friday morning. >> more recently, the resignation of general petraeus is open up even more questions and mud is contained in the report has recurred following his visit to benghazi. >> and also, the contentious battle brewing involving. u.s. ambassador susan rice and her role in the administration's response to benghazi. a possible replacement for secretary of state, hillary clinton. >> now president obama has the
happened in the closed door meeting in washington today.. >>catherine: susan rice - a white house favorite to replace secretary of state hillary clinton... was not talking to reporters today.. >> the information given to the american people was wrong and ambassador rise also said that it was wrong. >>catherine: offshe had just left a capitol hill meeting with three republican senators -- three of her sharpest critics... they say that when she characterized the september 11th attack on the u-s embassy in benghazi as a protest - rather than a pre-meditated terrorist attack... she was putting pre-election politics before national"the information given to wrong. in fact, amb rice wrong." >>catherine: ofafter the attack - rice did a lot of talking on tv...including the sunday talk shows. she says she was using these unclassified talking points- which had been stripped of references to al qaida.. but reportedly admitted to the senators of classified qaida was behind the attack. if anything...today's meeting ()()sot lindsay graham)á)á >> if anything today, justice a you to not know. >>catherine
of already warning people of the game that starts at 6:00 against the university of washington on friday night. that is right at the peak of commute time and everyone is going to be trying to park and they're warning people that they're going to be double parking fines and the fact. if you do not need to drive take mass transit. that is what they're asking people to do. there will be all kinds of free shuttles. here is a list of shuttles you can take from around the berkeley area. the downtown bus station the berkeley marina the amtrak marina and even golden gate fields. there be a thousand parking spots available on a first- come first-served basis. there warning people that this traffic is probably gone to start sometime around 3:00. people start pouring into the stadium around the area and that coincides with friday commute times around the stadium. there warning people there of the long delays, be patient. once again full parking enforcement will be in effect and there'll be a double fein's own. signs start at $72. --fines. it's friday night in their plan university of washington. it
schoolteacher susie koe is set to enter a plea to the charges. darnell washington and tonya washington are charged with the woman's death. she was found in a room with several stab wounds after she failed to pick upper house and from the airport last month. they are also charged with a crime spree in southern california. we will have new rest to report in the end of his attack resulted in the unit was being forged. we have the video we have been showing you for a while. a bystander took the photograph. several people setting the bus on fire and smashing out windows. the damage has been estimated at close to $1 million. police announced a second place in the case and are looking for several of the suspects. an elderly disabled man was struck and killed in a hit- and-run accident in sonoma county. 93 year old man was crossing studly street at fifth street west of a wheelchair. it was an electric scooter when he was struck shortly before 4:00 p.m.. witnesses said they saw apt cruiser struck the man and drive away. he was taken to a local hospital where he died. authorities later found the
was a couple dozen. we had a chance to talk to some travelers read back to philadelphia washington d.c. and the boston area. so far their flights have not been affected but i talked about what may happen. >> philadelphia and i think it is still going on. it is not cancel yet. >> what you heard about the weather back there? >> crazy with and is storm coming back again. >> allow flights were canceled. the one on a supposed to be taking off so i hope that it is and i can get to where i'm going. >> the lot of people are helping just that. the best advice is collier carrier before you come to the airport. make sure your fright is not affected. the three airlines and most effective ad as f o r jet blew delta and american. >> it looks on likely that voters have surpassed with they did in 2008 in terms of turnout. yesterday afternoon the final cowskin man in about nine and half million ballots were cast. that compares to about 10.4 million ballots that were counted in 2008. i am making crescent bacon cheddar pinwheels. wow, i'm impressed! [ ding ] dad, the cable's out! you got that right? [
" denzel washington plays a airline pilot credited for rescuing but comes with the skepticism. when crash investigators seek troubling details. >> you had alcohol in your system that could be life in prison. >> flight is rated " our coach. >> russell crowe is back and his latest picture. russell crowe-is back. " flight " is rated r. ". his character is jackknife. it quickly becomes winner-take-all in the man with the iron fists. and also cough randy it werchk..it randy.. is an animated for children. he tries to turn his image around from being a bad guy. >> still ahead on kron for thousands of ahead onraley 's. on strike. before that, let us take a live look outside with a beautiful view of mt. tam. your forecast, straight ahead. . >> raley's employees are currently on strike. mike pelton is our sole reporter to bring you and more news, faster. >> this is the nob hill foods store talks broke down between midnight and 2:00 a.m. to 20 federal mediator. between 2:00 a.m.-with a federal mediator you can see that several dozens of employees at this particular location with the nearly 8000 over
, washington. if any of those are successful? it will be the first time that kate marriage is legalized by a popular vote. if-gay marriage--the state of maine could be the first without prior legislation. minnesota could band but allow civil unions. maryland and washington state will both decide weather to uphold a legislative moves that legalize same-sex marriage. tuesday's election before time they have dialed and on this issue since president barack obama provided support just last month. >> curley six states and washington d.c. have legalized gay marriage but it is not hot only hot topic. six states including marijuana use, currently, six states and the district of columbia have legalized a marriage. >>pam: the campaign for both president obama and mitt romney are making their final push before votes in the final 24 hours. michael yaki who do think as the most confidence? >> i do not think that any real confidence right now but i think that what we saw today are two very tired candid it said. trying to boost supporters. candid its. of the preaching to the choir at these rallies at t
. the dow jones dropped 100.1 points. investors remained on edge over fears that gridlock in washington will force the economy of the fiscal clif.. those concerns overshadowed positive reports on the weekly initial jobless numbers and a monthly trade balance. >> let us check the numbers with rob black joining us with the winners and losers. >> yes! >> let us start off with amazon with selling wine. >> it is difficult to get with businesses but not with amazon. they have been everything, and i love it. california will be able to order six bottles at $9.99. a great category amazon by something that is unique i trust them with my credit card, transactions, and i know what i am doing. >> it is amazing because initially online sales that was so difficult to convince people of the safety. >> and speaking of sales let us talk about starbucks. today, they are allowing you to pay with your cellphone and it is a company that they have invested in the third >> it is called square they are mobile payments. this woman gets paid instantly. as an example, she cuts my hair, and uses and in dongle with
affairs. all of this comes at a critical time in washington. the closed hearings on the deadly attack in benghazi libya. petrus was forced to testify however someone else would not speak in his place. >> immigration reform could be taking center stage in washington. censors from york and south carolina are said to restart talks. they believe they will be able to get them passed. the bipartisan plan has four key elements there is strong or border security and a tough love pat for citizens wore already in the u.s.. applicants also have to learn english and maintain a job. >> meanwhile the bbc general director has resigned after the net work ran a report wrongly i accusing a director of child abuse. the politician was not named in the broadcast but there are suggestions 0.2 alastair mcalpine. >> more ahead on the kron for morning news with a quick break. at live look outside from our walnut creek camera. we can see the light not really foggy in the east bay. a chilly start to the morning. the time is for:28 we will be right back with more. 4:28 all combat. the time is for:4:30 on this mo
is unknown. total estimated damage is around $100,000. >> talks continue in washington on the so-called fiscal cliff and mix of tax increases and spending cuts take effect next era. martha shane has more. >> we want an agreement to an agreement. republicans and democrats have 48 days to come up with that agreement and avoid having the nation over a fiscal cliff. the president will meet with top american ceos to get their thoughts. on tuesday labor leaders went to the house to discuss a tax increase unless congress compromises. >> the president like we are his committed to preserving the tax breaks for the middle class and making sure rich people pay their fair share. >> if things do not change the tax cuts will expend for middle income americans in january. the estimated house will face a tax increase of $3,500. >> thinking a refund may not be a possibility for some people will use the money to take care of the expenses. that would be tough. >> democrats want higher taxes on the wealthy and keep the current tax rate for the middle class. republicans want to cut government spendin
. if you are talking aboute around this area is also affecting traffic on grant and washington. the lights are out here as well. it is quite a traffic jam with people having to treat this intersection as a four way stop. you have quite a bit of a back up with people trying to get to work and to school. it is right in the middle of the commute hours so it is quite a busy and backed up traffic here at this intersection. >> are they directing traffic? >> there is an officer on the scene making sure that people treat this as a four way stop ferry is a big intersection and you can see it as two lanes in each direction on all four sides. they are directing people just in case. for the most part people seem to be trained like a four way stop with no one knows in their temporary at. --temper yet >> hurricane sandy new york city's subway system is partially rolling again this morning. three days after san because the worst disaster in its history. 56 people and one person in canada have died in the storm. at the death toll is now up to 124 if you count the desk from the caribbean. new jersey to wes
. and we're proud to work with all those who are making our communities stronger. >> leaders in washington tried to figure out what they knew and who knew and when they knew. there trying to figure out what comes next. the generals of there was apparently with a woman paula bridewell a married mother of two who was in charge of writing his of this biography. she sent in else to another woman close to patras. they said they should have known about the probe before now and she plans to launch an investigation into the fbi. >> this is something that could have had an effect on national security. we should have been told. >> a spokesperson for house majority leader says that after kantor talked to the fbi last month about the general's affair. >> senators from new york and south carolina are set to officially restart the talks. they have a plan that will appeal to all sides of the issues and they believe they will be able to get this passed. the bipartisan plan has four key elements including stronger border security a tough love pass the citizenship for people already here and they're require
skype and stuff like that, but to see it in person is just amazing. >> reporter: in washington, stacy kohan, kron 4 news. >>> jim harbaugh can be thankful he has two capable starting quarterbacks. there's news involving alex smith's concussion status and who will start this sunday against the giants. will it be smith or colin capernick? that will be after the break. ♪ secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it. >> alex smith, colin kaepernick, a quarterback controversy especially now that alex smith is healthy again, or appears to be. grant lotus on the 9ers drama and you said a few minutes ago, the 49ers are happy to have very good players at the q- backs. >> they wish they were in this position. you had a decision to make and it certainly looks like at this point the young guy, colin kaepernick is going to get the starting nod against the saints in new orleans. according to sports illustrated, coach reportedly told both playe
of the moment american families >> people want to know if washington is any closer to avoid the dreaded fiscal cliff. we'll have the latest on progress after the break. >> 36 days and counting until the fiscal cliff and washington lawmakers are heading back to work after thanksgiving break. there are hints of compromise in the air. most americans understand the fiscal cliff is scary and a series of looming tax hikes and spending cuts that could damage the economy. president obama has been pressuring republicans to reach a compromise that increases taxes on wealthy americans. a handful of republicans are suggesting they might break their pledge to never go for higher taxes. >> i will violate the pledge, long story short for the good of the country. >> the world has changed. >> it is music to years of the white house and very disturbing to this man. he is an anti-tax person and who got the republicans to sign a note signed the no tax increase agreement in the first place. >> if you go to voters and say i made this promise and now i'm breaking his promise you should know that and say to them. >>
is pressing top intelligence they want answers. >> washington lawmakers spent thursday pressing for answers on how u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three other americans were killed during the september of attack on the consulate in benghazi. capitol hill became home to multiple hearings on the tense investigation including fundings for security at the consulate. been i have listened to my colleagues talk about the president of the united states and others in the administration, using terms as " deliberate lies ". if you want to know who is responsible in this town by yourself a mirror. >> among those testifying, active cia director, michael morell who was tapped to lead the agency after david petraeus resigned last week admitted to an extramarital affair. the x cia director, will also speak to both the house and senate intelligence committees on friday morning. >> more recently, the resignation of general petraeus has opened up even more questions such as what is contained in a report he prepared following his visit to benghazi. another sidebar, the contentious battle brewing involving to
that washington has not done enough to hold a responsible for the nation's financial drop. >>a violent gang member has been called after a two month look for him. >>this is a look at the san mateo bridge and it is a lot of traffic on one side of the bridge. otherwise they're moving along smoothly. we will be right back. >>it is 7:30 a.m.. the golden gate bridge is not looking very golden this morning. the >>it is looking pretty gray outside. it is a breezy, wet and cloudy. we are waking up to often gone showers. storm tracker 4 issue no. we are seen the rain. we do have some lane approaching daly city, redwood city and palo alto. as for the east bay we are catching a dry break but it is pushing man. as for your temperature it will be at upper 50s for santa rosa 56 in daly city. it will be another around the mild temperatures. upper 50s for the coals and mid- 60's for the south bay. we do have another system approaching and i will tell you about this in my next- to-july and the rain is causing problems around the bay. >>kron 4 charles talked to city officials about what they're doing. >>patrick is
. families in washington dc at a food bank there. the bags of groceries included white house m and ms. the obamas were joined by family members and friends and the basketball team. the president wants others to follow his example. try to do a little volunteer work. well new york's governor has teamed up with several big companies to make this thanksgiving a little more bearable for the victims of superstorm sandy. cuomo joining the national guard as they handed out boxes to victims. governor cuomo took time out in queens to greet first responders. he helped organize the massive food drive. about 200 homes will be demolished because they were damaged beyond repair. thousands of other homes they are hoping they can salvage. >>> meantime, new jersey governor chris kristi and his wife handed out bags of food in trenton. his second annual season of service. mark? >> is and from thanksgiving thursday, we turn to black friday tomorrow, but black friday kicking off this evening from many stores opening up early. jackie sissel outside one of them where people are already camping out. >> report
wanting talks in washington over the narrowing budget deficit and the fiscal cliff but will keep updating you as congress members of both sides of the aisle hopefully work to the agreement before the end of the year. stocks rallied on a pair of good report on jobs and on the housing market. you can see the dow in the day up 36. almost 37 points to close over 13,000. the nasdaq was also up 20 points. and s&p gained six. . we will see what trading quotes are in store when the opening bell rings at 638 in. >> living social is laying off 400 employes in what has become the latest sign trouble in the online coupon sector. this comes a month after amazon .com reported a loss that-and worse off an expected. due in part to its investment in live in social. a company spokesman says, the job cuts will allow the company to invest in other areas, such as mobile efforts. the spokesman, and also with all suggestions from critics. that daily online deals are doomed. >> power what is coming to california. on the heels of the winston eyes record 5 $8 million jackpot drawing. the state commission's voted y
year-old darnell washington and an 25 year-old wife tanya washington killed 55 year- old co. this was in the course of a statewide crime spree the past month and were arrested in washington state. they were driving pose car. the couple could receive the death penalty in this murder case. parents at a san jose grade school are upset this morning over a registered sex offender that was allowed to be on campus with a hundred of children last month. the suspect was convicted several years ago of molesting a child. he was recognized and reported to a sheriff's deputy. he had a letter from the diocese giving him permission to be there. the letter is not consistent with its policies. parents want to know why he was there in the first place. >> i think it is just atrocious. i don't know how anyone could just get away with that in any amount. it is just unbelievable. >> how would you know that someone is a sex offender? you do not know. >> he should not be allowed back. we are supposed to be protected. we are doing everything for the kids in the field trips and everything. >> the cas
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